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In a radio interview on February 13, Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Secretary Martin Andanar said that the R2 billion worth of aid promised by the President to residents of Surigao City was intended for workers who will lose their jobs when the government’s mining closure orders take effect in the region.

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Senator Leila de Lima’s camp cried political persecution when she was arrested and detained at the Philippine National Police (PNP) headquarters in Camp Crame last week.

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Former Colombian President Cesar Gaviria wrote in the New York Times that the Duterte administration is making the same mistakes he made in waging war against illegal drugs, and this was bound to fail.

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Cops paid to kill

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Amnesty International (AI) came out with a startling report revealing that cops are supposedly paid from P8,000 to P15,000 for every drug suspect they kill.

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Promises unkept

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Before he won, President Duterte boasted last year that he would put an end to the drug problem in three to six months once elected.

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Sinister plot

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The wife of Senior Police Officer (SPO3) Ricky Sta. Isabel claimed innocence for her husband who allegedly refused to be fall guy in the kidnapping and murder of South Korean businessman Jee Ick Joo inside Camp Crame.

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